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PeopleNet named finalist for Tekne award

PeopleNet is a finalist in the Internet of Things category for its Video Intelligence system.

Beyond the speed limiter: technology can do more to lower risk

By today's standards, speed limiters are an entry-level safety technology. More advanced systems can be used to reduce risky speed behaviors.

Netradyne expands driver safety platform with new visibility, insights

Netradyne has added traffic light detection, relative speed determination and pedestrian identification to its driver safety platform

CarriersEdge adds vehicle inspections to online training suite

The new courses show how inspections should be conducted, how components should be checked, and how to identify defects.

Initial results from Best Fleets to Drive For survey revealed

Of the 5,300 driver surveys received in 2016 , only 28 percent of respondents said pay was something that needed to be improved

Cumberland Farms uses ‘bypass’ data to make the most of driver safety meetings

As part of implementing a weigh station bypass system, Cumberland Farms shares information with drivers to increase CSA scores and fleet efficiency.

SmartDrive expands driver behavior, risk analysis with ‘segmentation’

SmartDrive's new tool can instantly look across driver and vehicle segments to identify relevant and predictive performance differences for improvement strategies.

EBE Technologies automates driver training based on dispatch activity

Lessons are scheduled for drivers in real-time based on either a pre-planning or move acceptance activity

Lytx shares one-year results from in-cab system that detects distracted driving

Swift Transportation, YRC, Melton Truck Lines, and Cargo Transporters are among the names in trucking who’ve adopted ActiveVision.

NetraDyne uses artificial intelligence in new driver safety platform

NetraDyne launched a video safety system that identifies risk and safety from a driver's perspective.

PeopleNet and TMW set stage for joint user conference, Sept 25-28

Thousands of transportation professionals are expected to attend the in.sight user conference in Nashville on Sept. 25-28.

Lightening the load: new options to outsource compliance

As the transportation industry continues to go electronic, third party service providers see increased demand from fleets to hand over controls for managing information

CarriersEdge rolls out Border Crossing training courses for drivers

CarriersEdge says its new Border Crossing/C-TPAT courses help ensure drivers are fully prepared at the border and that inspections are completed properly.

CCJ survey reveals strategies to reduce early driver turnover

To reduce early driver turnover, fleets are using technology to manage job expectations and help adapt drivers to their culture.
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